January 2005
UNIX Update;Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports on the agreements signed by Empower Technologies as of January 2005. Empower Technologies signed a LinuxDA Embedded 0/S For OMAP 5910 Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) License Agreement, an OEM Distribution and License Agreement, a Joint Product Development Agreement, and a Supply Agreement between ODM Technologies Inc. and Empower Technologies Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Empower Technologies Corporation. Under the terms of the agreements, ODM Technologies becomes the first LinuxDA Embedded 0/S (LEO) licensee for a period starting from November 1, 2004 through October 31, 2007. ODM Technologies will include LEO as one of their design platforms offered to their customers. ODM Technologies will also joint develop new audio/video products with Empower Technologies. These new consumer audio/video products using Empower's LEO will be introduced and available for release through Empower's growing distribution and sales channels starting in 2005. The new PowerPlay consumer audio/video products will also be available for private label/OEM to both ODM Technologies' and Empower's customers. The above initiatives are part of Empower's strategic plan to accelerate LEO license penetration through major consumer electronic developers and manufacturers.


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